About the Program

The Community Scholar Program is a nondegree program offered by the University of Virginia's School of Continuing and Professional Studies. Through this program, adults within Charlottesville and surrounding communities can enroll in on-Grounds credit courses of the University during the fall and spring semester. Courses are primarily offered during the day, although some are offered during evening and weekend hours.

Community Scholars bring a broad range of experiences and backgrounds to this program and their reasons for participating are similarly varied. Enrolling in undergraduate courses through the Community Scholar Program allows you to meet these varied needs whether or not you have earned a college degree. Interested participants with a college degree may enroll in either undergraduate or graduate level courses.

As a Community Scholar, you may enroll for an unlimited number of semesters, but may take no more than two courses per semester, along with any dependent laboratory or discussion sessions, for a maximum of eight credit hours.

Further Information

For further information on the Community Scholar Program, contact our office at (434) 982-4789. To obtain information on additional educational opportunities offered by the School of Continuing and Professional Studies, visit the Charlottesville Center's Web site at www.uvacharlottesvillecenter.info.

The Community Scholar Program

      School of Continuing and Professional Studies 
University of Virginia
     P.O. Box 400764    
104 Midmont Lane
     Charlottesville, VA 22904-4764
Phone:   (434) 982-4789

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